Boomers' preference for suburban retirement presents challenges

11/30/2012 | Senior Housing News

Support networks and transport services will face new challenges in the near term as more boomers choose to retire in the places they know best, suburbs and small towns, according to an AARP report. "Baby boomers' choices about whether to move after they retire, and, if so, where and when, are entwined with the economy and housing market, the desire to continue working if possible, and their family situations. But policymakers are carefully watching whether the baby boomers who chose to move will consider transportation issues in making their decision," the report notes.

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